Ocean City Today

Business Briefs 11/10/2017

Nov 09, 2017
Karen Hurley

Hurley joins bank

Raymond M. Thompson, president and chief executive officer of Calvin B. Taylor Bank has announced that Karen Hurley has joined the bank as electronic services representative.

Hurley comes to Taylor Bank with over eight years of banking experience. During her banking career, Hurley has served as customer service representative at M & T Bank in Millsboro, Delaware, personal banker at Citizens Bank in Lewes, Delaware, and most recently, branch sales and service supervisor at Community Bank Delaware in Lewes.

Hurley brings with her a vast knowledge of banking products and services and sales acumen.

She is a graduate of Chestnut Hill College in Philadelphia where she acquired a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration, minor in English and a certificate in management. She has also acquired a certificate in Spanish language from the University of Wisconsin.

Hurley is a notary public, NMLS certified, a member of the Georgetown-Millsboro Rotary and a Board Member of the Indian River Yacht Club. She frequents various community and local chamber events.

Murphy welcomed

Atlantic/Smith, Cropper & Deeley welcomes Genna Murphy to the Personal Lines sales team as a private client advisor. She will work with the team to provide a concierge experience to insure all  personal assets.

Murphy comes with sales, marketing and teaching experience. She has worked in the real estate industry, most recently as a licensed real estate agent specializing in vacation rentals.

She currently resides with her husband, Denny, and their two children, Maisie and Patrick, in Selbyville, Delaware. She enjoys spending time with her family, being involved in her kids’ school, and working with the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

Board member

Bank of Ocean City announced effective Oct. 26, Andrew Adkins was elected to join the Board of Directors of the bank.

Adkins is president and CEO of Adkins, Inc., where he oversees the day-to-day operations of its various business holdings of Bayville Package Store, Bayside Wine and Spirits, Bayside Postal Services and Treasure Beach RV Park and Campground.

Adkins also serves as general manager and trustee of Bayville Shopping Center and Marina, LLP.

In the community, Adkins serves as an alternative representative to the Delaware Department of Natural Resources, Sub-Aqueous Land Owners Commission-Sussex County. He is also the founder, and past president of the Delaware Package Store Association. In this role, he worked directly with lawmakers to modernize Delaware laws regarding the sales of alcohol in the state.

New hygienist

Doctors Lawrence Michnick and Chris Takacs announce a new addition to their team of hygienists at Atlantic Dental Cosmetic & Family Dentistry in West Ocean City.

Jennifer Holler brings 16 years of experience, previously working at a Salisbury periodontal office.

After graduating from high school, she enlisted in the U.S. Air Force as a dental assistant. She traveled to Germany for two years. Once completing her service, she attended Allegany College in Cumberland, Maryland and graduated with honors in Dental Hygiene.

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